Bryan Johnson has a bachelor’s degree in biochemical engineering (USC ‘02), an MBA (CSULA ’07), and a Juris Doctor degree (Loyola Law ’11). While at CSULA Bryan earned special graduate recognition as one of the top two in the graduation class. Past internships include working in the engineering departments for Conoco Phillips Refinery and Nestle Waters, Inc. Bryan also served as a legal intern for California's Office of the Attorney General in the Land Law Division. Bryan is licensed as a patent attorney by the United States Patent and Trademark Office, and licensed as an attorney at law by the State Bar of California.
Bryan has worked for 12 years an engineer with the City of Los Angeles, performs business consulting services, and operates a law firm as a solo practitioner in the specialty areas of patents, trademarks, copyrights, as well as in contracts, family law, property law, and various other civil matters. Bryan also offers legal commentary as a contributing attorney on intellectual property matters in an online legal community. Bryan also engages in volunteer efforts with the Los Angeles County Bar Association’s Domestic Violence Project, assisting families with legal filings and representing them in court.